Massachusetts School Districts With the Highest-Paid Teachers

Massachusetts School Districts With the Highest-Paid Teachers. The Boston Business Journal rounds up the average 2012 teacher salary of 327 school districts in Massachusetts. Topping the list is Concord Carlisle with an average salary of $93,712. Boston ranked 19th with an average salary of $81,963.  [Boston Business Journal]

UPDATE 04/03/2013, 2:30 p.m.: Suffolk District Attorney Dan Conley Announces Bid for Mayor. Conley, who has served as the D.A. since 2002, previously was a Boston City Councilor.  [Boston Daily‘This Has Become the Wild West Very Quickly,’ John R. Connolly told the Globe.  [Boston.com]

Adrian Walker Wants to Introduce You to Michelle Wu. Wu just threw her hat in the ring for an at-large City Council seat.  [Globe]

The Frugal Traveler Visits Boston. And spends $100 on a weekend in the city.  [NYT]

Last Week It Was House Shows, This Week It’s Flash Parties. The Herald reports on a string of flash parties, in which party-throwers break in to a vacant house or apartment and spread the word via social media. “[They’re] putting between 150 and 300 kids in an apartment, with no security and sometimes no lights,” the BPD’s John Fitzgerald told the Herald. “That ends up in fights, weapons, and the people who go to these parties know what they’re all about, so they bring some sort of weapon just to protect themselves.”  [Herald]

John Kerry Responds to North Korea. Kerry addressed reporters Tuesday with Yun Byung-se, of South Korea.”The bottom line, very simply, is that what Kim Jong-Un has been choosing to do is provocative, it is dangerous, reckless, and the United States will not accept the DPRK as a nuclear state,” Kerry said.  [Yahoo]

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